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NAPTIP rescues nursing mother from alleged human traffickers in Anambra

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 The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons NAPTIP Anambra Command said it rescued a 16 year old girl suspected to be a victim of human trafficking at Mgbakwu in Awka North Local Government Area Mr Anthony Okafor Public Relations Officer of NAPTIP in Anambra said this to newsmen on Friday in Awka Okafor said that the agency achieved the feat in a joint operation carried out on Thursday with the state Ministry Of Women And Social Welfare and the Anambra Vigilante Group The victim identified as Chioma Obi gave birth three days ago before her rescue in an uncompleted building at Mgbakwu where she was harboured by a trafficking syndicate Preliminary investigation reveals that the syndicate was already hatching plans to sell the new born baby as they did with the two other children of the victim The girl who said she hailed from Enugwu Ukwu appears to be mentally unstable and had over the years been used by the gang operating from an uncompleted building at Mgbakwu She gives birth to babies which the gang sell on delivery he said According to Okafor the Command is on the trail to apprehend the syndicate and rescue the already sold children of the victim He said the victim and her child were currently in protective custody undergoing counselling and rehabilitation at a shelter provided by the Ministry of Women and Social Welfare NewsSourceCredit NAN
NAPTIP rescues nursing mother from alleged human traffickers in Anambra

National Agenc

The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), Anambra Command, said it rescued a 16-year old girl, suspected to be a victim of human trafficking at Mgbakwu in Awka North Local Government Area.
 

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Anthony Okafor

Mr Anthony Okafor, Public Relations Officer of NAPTIP in Anambra, said this to newsmen on Friday in Awka.
 

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Ministry Of Women And Social Welfare

Okafor said that the agency achieved the feat in a joint operation carried out on  Thursday with the state Ministry Of Women And Social Welfare and the Anambra Vigilante Group.
 

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Chioma Obi

“The victim identified as Chioma Obi, gave birth three days ago before her rescue in an uncompleted building at Mgbakwu, where she was harboured by a trafficking syndicate.
 

“Preliminary investigation reveals that the syndicate was already hatching plans to sell the new born baby as they did with the two other children of the victim.
 

“The girl, who said she hailed from Enugwu-Ukwu, appears to be mentally unstable and had over the years, been used by the gang operating from an uncompleted building at Mgbakwu.
 

“She gives birth to babies which the gang sell on delivery, ” he said.
 

According to Okafor, the Command is on the trail to apprehend the syndicate and rescue the already sold children of the victim.
 

Ministry of Women and Social Welfare

He said the victim and her child were currently in protective custody, undergoing counselling and rehabilitation at a shelter provided by the Ministry of Women and Social Welfare.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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